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Old 07-10-2015, 02:59 PM
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I may try to go being its so close to home this year. Maybe I'll run into you David.
Same here but do they have to do it in the middle of the summer. I am sooooo busy.
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Old 07-10-2015, 03:28 PM
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There are lots of growers with displays. It's hard to display dormant twigs and sticks and have it look good if it's done in the off season.
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Old 07-10-2015, 03:29 PM
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There are lots of growers with displays. It's hard to display dormant twigs and sticks and have it look good if it's done in the off season.
Easier to see the structure on a tree without leaves
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Old 07-25-2015, 08:46 PM
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If any of you other Austin area guys with full size trucks made since about 2013 want to make $300 for three hours work call Tammadge Market Research at 1-800-695-4794. They called me and offered $150 which I was not likely to do and then they called again upping it to $300. I'm going to a research study Sunday from 1-4 at 210 Barton Springs Road. You get to see the newest trucks and fill out a survey on your opinions from what it sounds like.
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It's been raining every day a few times a day in Austin and west out into the Hill Country for the last several days. If it makes it here there is another batch of rain headed up from the valley. We have already had about 36" of rain this year which is a years worth.

The only part of the state that is still in a drought status is the area out west of Austin in the water shed of Lake Buchanan and headed up around the west and north side of Abeline. This area is in a D1 abnormally dry status. Way up in the panhandle the Dalhart area is in a D1 and D2 Moderate Drought status.

I'm supposed to make the 300 mile trek to Donna TX to pick up some palms for a few jobs this week but the fields are too wet to dig.
Keep all that rain coming! Lol. Buchanan is up 15 feet!
I live an hour south of Abilene and we have had over 14" of rain this year. Our yearly average is like 18". We are in level 1 drought, but apparently our city council is talking about putting us in permanent level 2 conditions.
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